|To:||Rathen (N) (NJ997615)|
|Length:||5.3 miles (8.5 km)|
|Meets:||B9031, A98, A981, A90|
|Route outline (key)|
The B9032 is a short B-road in northeast Aberdeenshire.
The road starts at Coburty at a TOTSO on the B9031, where eastbound traffic on that road are given a choice of ways to reach Fraserburgh. The B9032 is shorter, which perhaps explains the TOTSO. We head east across the fields and descend gently to Mid Ardlaw, where the road crosses the A98 (and Fraserburgh traffic turns left).
Although the road continues to descend on the eastern side of the A98 the terrain is now much flatter. We follow pretty straight road past an old gravel quarry and the isolated Heath Hill Hotel before reaching Memsie and another crossroads, this time with the A981. The road then continues to descend gently. This section is more winding but the road soon arrives at its terminus at a T-junction on the A90 (former A92) to the north of Rathen.